The above on demand STORMTracker video forecast will walk you through the forecast for Butte and SW Montana hour by hour tonight through Thursday morning with Chief Meteorologist Mike Heard.
Cool weather pattern Tuesday as an upper level Low digs into the Pacific NW and Northern Rockies keeping temperatures well below normal. Increasing moisture is developing with this upper level Low so look for a few showers and isolated thunderstorms Tuesday afternoon and evening. Higher elevation snow is possible as well mostly above 8,000′ Tuesday afternoon and evening.
Forecast models show most of the showers ending around sunset but remaining very chilly Tuesday night. For the fireworks show in Butte Tuesday evening grab a light jacket if you are watching the big show starting around 10:30 pm Tuesday night. By the way you can watch the Butte fireworks show on KXLF live tonight.
Wednesday’s Butte 4th of July parade looks dry. However, morning lows Wednesday for Butte will be very chilly starting the day off in the upper 30s. By 10 am temperatures should warm up into the mid 50s with mostly sunny skies and cool winds around 15 MPH from the ESE. Late afternoon look for continued sunny skies with temperatures warming into the mid 70s.
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